Between the 2010 playoffs and now, David Ferreira played only six games, but his second return this year means a lot for him and FC Dallas.
Independence Day could be the day of independence for an MLS MVP. Independence from his last year plus with injuries that have kept him out of competition.
Wednesday, when FC Dallas faces Toronto FC, the club could have back one of its key players, with Colombian David Ferreira set to be in the 18-player roster for the match.
It's still unknown how many minutes the talented midfielder will have on the pitch, if any, but his come back from two injuries could mean a lot for FC Dallas.
Coach Schellas Hyndman didn’t promises any amount of time on the field for the Colombian, but said that his goal is to see confidence from his star.
“Being away from the game as long as he has, it’s that sharpness and getting hit and getting knocked down and getting back up with that confidence,” Hyndman said.
Ferreira was the 2010 MLS MVP playing 30 games scoring eight goals while adding 13 assists. He also played four games in the playoffs, scoring two goals with three assists. Since then, he has played just six games.
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